The Morning Haul

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Tough loss yesterday leads to some good links today, and I am sure this is just the tip of the iceberg of what will come throughout the rest of the day. Enjoy.


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"Most people figure he’s gone, but as you can read in the linked story, Polk isn’t tipping his hand and says he hasn’t really thought about it yet."


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"The Alamo Bowl took on some added luster today, when Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III was awarded the 2011 Heisman Trophy."


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"“We came out like we never played basketball before,” said C.J. Wilcox, the sophomore guard who had 22 points and helped lead the second half rally. “We saw the Duke jerseys and played intimidated.”"


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"Mike Krzyzewski crossed paths with Tony Wroten in a stairwell beneath Madison Square Garden, and they greeted each other. That made Coach K the only Duke guy to stop the Huskies’ point guard on Saturday. “You played a great game. That was a HELL of a game,” college basketball’s Division-I leader all-time in wins told Wroten. “We can’t keep you in front of us.”"


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"Nelson was also a rebel for sure, but one the Bruins had thought would annoy opponents rather than themselves. He was supposed to be the next in a long line of Howland acolytes, taking on the role of the tough guy. As a sophomore, Nelson ended up leading the team in scoring and rebounding."